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By spots, do you mean foglights or the headlights? Edited May 31, 2012 by KKSMART05 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites smart142 107 moderator Global Moderators* 107 7,585 posts Gender:Male Location:Lambeth/London Ontario Canada ·#5 Posted Ive checked the 2 fuses which are ok. But not to the dimmed and high beam. http://www.smartz.co.uk/archive/index.php/t-10549.html
Then suddenly the hatch lift no longer holds it up and the hatch electronic opener doesn't unlock, though the other functions of the key work well. Do they come on if you leave the switch on for quite a while? Always happens, my master cylinder broke the day before my last MOT on my old car, wouldn't have happened any other time!
Which is doesnt. Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 0 Go To Topic Listing Modifications and Performance: 450 Model, 2005-2006, diesel Chatbox You don't have permission to chat. Any help greatly appreciated SuperStevie12-08-2009, 08:54 PMits not just the bulbs need replacing? Regular Members 0 600 posts Gender:Male Location:Near Kingston, Ontario ·#11 Posted November 16, 2012 · Report post My bet is on both bulbs being burnt out.
With switch in first position two tiny lights are on - parking lights? Do they come if you give the switch a good 'exercise' ? (Turn it from one end to the other several times ) Muchas Ta for your replies!! Do they come if you give the switch a good 'exercise' ? (Turn it from one end to the other several times ) lil.smartie12-08-2009, 09:30 PMLight stalk 2nded here..... my review here Would it be a quicker to ask are there any lights that do work on your car:D maggi20012-08-2009, 10:59 PMBy spots, do you mean foglights or the headlights?
Is yours a mk4 (x-reg)? I see the unused plug on the frame rail, I would assume they wouldnt leave an open connection like that and it will have to be connected at both ends.The open Checked the fuse? You could try shinning a torch at the bulb and that way you my see if it's burned out by the reflection in the reflector.
If so, you may have only had one low bean for some time as one bulb works quite well. Do they come on if you leave the switch on for quite a while? Can anyone help me with this problem. SmartDigger is offline Quote Quick Reply post #7 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-05-2010, 10:30 AM Ken Boothe Join Date: Jan 2008 Location: Mansfield,Texas Posts: 433 Thanks: 274 Thanked 431
Change the bulbs first for sure. this content Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Mike T 148 We pre-ordered our first smart in July 2002! Both low beam headlights out. The culprit was the fuel pump solenoid stays on for a bit causing heat.
Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? Their low brightness means they won’t drain the battery as quickly as regular headlights. weblink I tried this the other day just flashing and then putting my dipped beams and then flashing, there was no difference I could tell TAIM12-08-2009, 11:03 PMI thought when you flashed,
Cheers. Well, that isn’t always the case. Published on Oct 23, 2011No need to removed the whole front end of a Smart Car just to replace a bulb.
Huh? Whilst we're on the subject of heads, do the headlights come on if you flash? (ign on for these checks) or do just the dipped beams work? Before I get into helping him out I mentioned I'd ask for suggestions from other members on sequence of activities I should consider in identifying and solving the problem.Suggestions please. Toock them out one by one.
I'm beginning to forget how the 450 was, having a 451 since 2007:p maggi20012-08-2009, 11:05 PMIsn't it just the same on all cars? Typical heh?! Are the fog lights connected inside the light stock? check over here In fact, the only way to tell in the above images is the slightly brighter beam from the headlights Some cars feature a sidelight warning light, to show you when your
Region - UK & IrelandChange3. This may mean you have to keep turning them off and on through patchy fog. Not sure about sidelights though. What is with this car???
At this point I'm guessing they used the same bulb holder as was in the 450 which did have 3 bulbs. Exercising the stalk has no effect. If they went out in quick succession he may not have noticed one was out, and now both are. If the single element Backup bulb is installed in the stop tail socket the single tit goes between the two pins in the socket and effectively shorts the tail and stop
Yesterday 10:14 PM by Johannesl 11 3 Attachment(s) Do you have the... That doesnt explain the passenger side tho. So which lights should you have on, and how can you tell whether they are? I would ask for Mike, who is most familiar with smart car parts.
Bjorn Ah? How they could put it there...? The instrument is loose so it should be possible to see it there. No fog lights on her 05, the small round front lights are signals only at this point.